Nokia Lumia 925 Launched in Pakistan


Nokia has introduced the Nokia Lumia 925, a new interpretation of its award-winning flagship, the Nokia Lumia 920 in Pakistan.

The Nokia Lumia 925 introduces a metal design and showcases the latest PureView camera innovation, new features and third party applications coming to the Nokia Lumia range.

The Nokia Lumia 925 includes the most advanced lens technology and next generation imaging software to capture clearer, sharper pictures and video, including the best low light images.

The Nokia Lumia 925 also introduces the new Nokia Smart Camera mode, coming as an update to all Lumia Windows Phone 8 smartphones. Nokia Smart Camera offers an easy way to capture ten images at once and edit the pictures with options like Best Shot, Action Shot, and Motion Focus for creating the perfect high quality image.

Nokia also announced Hipstamatic’s new app, Oggl, will arrive on Nokia Lumia smartphones, allowing people to take and share high quality pictures with like-minded creatives and photography enthusiasts from around the world. In addition to sharing photos on Oggl, users can simultaneously share photos on social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, Tumblr and Flickr.

“We keep innovating,” said Arif Shafique, country general manager of Nokia Pakistan & Afghanistan. “We’re advancing experiences on the Nokia Lumia portfolio whether that means great new benefits for an existing Lumia owner, or bringing new showcase devices like the Nokia Lumia 925.”

He further added: “We continue to change the way people think about smartphone cameras. The work Nokia has done with the Lumia 925 further enhances the imaging capabilities of the Lumia smartphones.”

A wireless charging cover can be clipped onto the back of the phone to take advantage of Nokia’s extensive wireless charging accessories and ecosystem.

The Nokia Lumia 925 introduces metal for the first time to the Nokia Lumia range, bringing appeal and unique benefits like increased robustness. The polycarbonate back comes in white, grey or black.

Currently the price for Nokia Lumia 925 in Pakistan is Rs. 53,000. Covers, sold separately, come in white, black, yellow, and red.

  • “we keep innovating”. Why don’t you first ensure that the marquee feature of all these Lumia phones, which is the HERE services, actually work in Pakistan? No HERE Music, HERE Maps or HERE Drive works here. Quite shameful since it’s been two years since Nokia has launched Lumia in Pakistan.

    • NOKIA = a company for indians seriously they created a whole new series of phone based on indian name *ASHA* its pretty clear that indian are their first priority and then everyone else and i think they(indian) are the reason nokia survived all these years

    • I guess the HERE services are no better than Bing maps which tells me that I live in “گوٹھ لیمن خان” when I live in Gulshan-e-Iqbal block 4-A. The problem is the software that can officially come with Windows Phone or is available on the market which Nokia can ship pre-installed. Nothing beats Google Maps and the development on Android as far as close-to-home experience is concerned. However, I’ve learned that a smooth fluent user experience is much preferable than a laggy customized experience.

    • I agree with you but still not only our government we are also on same fault, If we decide to become better all things will become much better…and vice versa.

      Ammar Malik, my brother always be optimistic, see the half filled glass and always try to fill the rest

  • Damn! why did I bought the Canon 1100D if I can take DSLR-ish photo with Lumia!! Oh wait…. I can’t :D :D

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